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Titan Tek Biz opens new retail store Downtown Acton

A grand opening was held on Monday to celebrate Acton's newest retail business Titan Tek Biz, located in the Acton Mews Plaza at 56 Mill Street East. Besides offering printing and photo editing services as well as computer and shipping supplies, the store will be a shipping hub of sorts, accepting parcels for Purolator and FedEx, and function as a pick up and delivery location for UPS shipments.


According to store manager and partner Ashley Cambouris: “We asked ourselves what does Acton need? For shipping everyone has had to go to Georgetown. We wanted to offer one-stop shopping, basically shipping and shipping supplies along with printing and computer and cell phone accessories.”


This is the Cambouris family's second location in Acton. Ashley's husband Chris opened Titan Tek Inc. in 2019 at 294 Queen Street. They currently have four employees. The Queen Street office operates as the IT location providing computer maintenance and repair while specializing in cyber-security—keeping businesses safe from malware and ransomware.


Cambouris sees some overlap between the two locations. “People can drop off their computers here to get repaired. If they call either store we can help them out,” she said. “Being a photographer with a background in graphics, I think there will be lots of opportunities.”


Another feature offered by Titan Tek Biz are virtual mailboxes and cloud storage facilities. “If you have a business or want to do mail forwarding, you can rent a mailbox from us and we offer four different plans,” according to Chris Cambouris.


The grand opening ran from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. and was catered by hot dog cart vendor Gordon Rugg. Melanie Frazer from Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce was on hand to show support for the fledgling business. “Chris is a great example of entrepreneurship and leadership in our community. We love that he's opening a new business in downtown Acton,” she said.


Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette also attended with Regional Councillors Clark Somerville and Michael Albano. “A new retail store coming to Halton Hils and it's pretty exciting that they picked downtown Acton,” said Bonnette. “We're here with the councillors to welcome Titan Tek Biz. It gives confidence to people that the economy is edging in the right direction. Along with the opening of Mexican Way, it's telling people that we're willing invest in Acton and Halton Hills.”

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